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King Zany (1889–1939)

King Zany was born on June 11, 1889 in Toledo, Ohio, USA as Charles W. Dill. He was an actor, known for Broadway or Bust (1924), The Garden of Weeds (1924) and The Great Gabbo (1929). He died on February 19, 1939 in Ramona, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Broadway or Bust
Broadway or Bust Jeff Peters
(1924)
The Garden of Weeds
(1924)
The Great Gabbo
The Great Gabbo Music Department
(1929)
The Danger Rider
The Danger Rider Blinky Ben
(1928)

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 1929 The Rainbow
Dummy
 1928 The Danger Rider
Blinky Ben
 1927 The City Gone Wild
Bondsman
 1924 The Garden of Weeds
Jack Lane
 1924 Broadway or Bust
Jeff Peters
 1923 Hollywood
Horace Pringle
 1918 Hey There (Short) (as Charles Dill)
 1918/II On the Jump (Short) (as Charles Dill)
 1918 Let's Go (Short) (as Charles Dill)
 1918 Here Come the Girls (Short) (as Charles Dill)
 1918 Look Pleasant, Please (Short) (uncredited)
 1918 A Gasoline Wedding (Short) (uncredited)
 1918 Beat It (Short) (as Charles Dill)
 1918 Hit Him Again (Short) (as Charles Dill)
 1918 The Lamb (Short) (as Charles Dill)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Charles Dill
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Trivia:

After a horse-riding accident, King Zany became an invalid and spent his last years in Pearblossom, California, where he dedicated himself to writing poetry.

Star Sign:

Gemini

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